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Welcome to Twin Towers! The Twin Towers Correctional Facility, also referred to in the media as Twin Towers Jail, is a complex erected in Los Angeles, California. It is the world's largest jail as well as the nation’s largest mental health facility. The facility is located at 450 Bauchet Street, in Los Angeles, California and is operated by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department....
Contact UsContact Us Twin Towers Correctional Facility (TTCF) 450 Bauchet Street Los Angeles, California Main (213) 893-5100 Inmate Services Bureau / Inmate Programs Unit (213) 893-52
Housing Needs through Community Based OrganizationsThe Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department has a variety of community based organizations that provide aid for housing needs or temporary housing beds and referral to inmates upon release from our custody facilities.
United Peace Officers Against Crime Camp 2013The primary mission of the United Peace Officers Against Crime organization (UPAC) is to provide leadership, education and mentor opportunities for at-risk kids. These programs are specifically design
How Inmate Sentencing works with Good Time and Work Time Release CreditsA brief explaination of how sentencing works when given release credits for Good Time or Work Time.
Sheriffs Tattoo Removal Program Helps Offer Inmates a Clean Slate*Press Release* Sheriffs Tattoo Removal Program Helps Offer Inmates a Clean Slate Inmates in the custody of the Los Angeles County Sheriff Department have the opportunity to participate in a tatt
Inmates Refurbish Eyeglasses for UnderprivilegedThe Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Partners with Lion’s Club International on the Folsom Project for Special Needs Inmates ..
Education Based Incarceration Academic and Vocational Programs offered at Twin Towers Correctional FacilityThe Sheriffs Department, through the Education Based Incarceration Bureau, contracts with approved adult educational schools to provide courses at all jail facilities. The curriculum is based on Cali
How is my loved one kept safe?How does the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department keep my loved one safe in jail? The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department takes the safety of the inmates entrusted to their care very seriously...
Community Transition UnitThe Community Transition Unit (CTU) was established in April 2001 to identify and link inmates to public, private, faith-based and community-based organizations' services upon their release from jail in order to promote a seamless transition and a successful reintegration into the community.
How are Inmate Correctional Programs funded with LASD? The Inmate Welfare Fund (IWF) exists by way of statutory authority granted to the Sheriff to establish, maintain and operate a store in connection with the county jail. The sale price of articles offered for sale, through commissary, shall be fixed by the Sheriff with profits from the sales placed into the Inmate Welfare Fund.
50 Twin Towers Inmates Graduate with Life skills and GED's50 Twin Towers Jail Inmates Graduate #LASD MERIT with Life Skills & GEDs - Los Angeles County Jail Fifty male inmates at the Twin Towers Correctional Facility in Los Angeles were presented with Li
Canines help with keeping our LA County jails safeCanines provide a helping hand in the fight against inmates having illegal narcotics within the LA County Jail system. With their keep sense of smell, we are able to locate and confiscate pruno (a jail made alcohol), as well as various narcotics including Cocaine, Heroine, and Methamphetamine.
Maximizing Education Reaching Individual Transformation (MERIT)MERIT changed inmates perspectives. They originally thought about how they could help themselves, but now they think about helping others.
Title 15- Allowable Inmate PropertyHere is a list of allowable inmate property within the LA County Jail system.
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California Department of Corrections and RehabilitationNeed to locate a family member? Schedule a visit? Does your loved one need money to be put on their books? Click here for all these services and more from the Department of Corrections.
VINE ProgramVINE is a free, anonymous, computer-based telephone program that provides victims of crime two important services: information and notification.
Prison Rape Elimination ActThe Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) of 2003 is a federal law established to address the elimination and prevention of sexual assault and rape in correctional systems. PREA applies to all federal, state, and local prisons, jails, police lock-ups, private facilities, and community settings such as residential facilities.
LA County Court ServicesLooking for a real-time report on the status of your case, or did you recently get a "Fix-It" ticket? Follow this link to obtain information from the LA County Court Services Division.
California Superior CourtFollow this link to obtain information from the California Superior Court.
Jail Mental Evaluation Team (JMET)There are four Custody Division Jail Mental Evaluation Teams (JMET) address the needs of mentally ill inmates within the custody of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.
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